[NTLK] Mail V Question
rodlavo at gmail.com
Thu Apr 7 07:58:22 EDT 2011
Cheers! Following your instructions, I got it to work. I'm not too fussed
on the slowness of the ATA card, as I have set to download mail less than
15k and its only a sporadic account that is used. I stick with using a pc
and gmail for most of my mail needs. Setting the newt up for email allows
me to email quotes I do at work to customers or to my desktop.
On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 1:31 PM, R A Parker <RAParker at newted.org> wrote:
> Set this option using the Card App. Open your Extras and find the 'Card'
> app. Or, re-insert your card. You will see a check box, "Store new info and
> packages on this card." Check this to specify a card as the "Default Store."
> I noticed you mentioned ATA. In this case, the "Default Store" options are
> a little harder to find. You can still get to it from the Card app, however,
> you must first, check mark and mount the Partition. Next, check mark the
> Partition again and choose "Set default store" from the action menu.
> While we're on the subject, you might not find ATA as a viable solution for
> storing mail. ATA is quite a bit slower and may cause your mail app to time
> out, especially on messages over 20KB.
> Next - You should also check Application specific defaults. In the InOut
> Box app, there is an option in the prefs, "Always save new items
> internally." Make sure this is un-checked.
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> My name is R A Parker. I own a Newton and a Mac.
> On Apr 5, 2011, at 11:19 PM, Rod Lavington wrote:
> > Hi All!
> > For the life of me I can't find where I can get mail that is downloaded
> > go to my card instantly instead of the internal store for Mail V. I have
> > missed something silly, or is it not possible to have downloaded mail go
> > the card?
> > I have an 80meg ATA card to use, and it doesn't take long for a
> > few downloaded emails to through up an out of space error!
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